TRADE CATALOGUE FOR WINE MAKERS AND MERCHANTS

Ditta G. Bellavita. Macchinario, attrezzi e prodotti per: produttori e negozianti vini, fabbriche liquori, sciroppi, aceti, gazzose, birra ed acque minerali, per bottiglierie e bars.

Milano, Arti grafiche Stella, 1926.

8vo, pp. 189, [3], (pp. [4] on pink paper bound between pp.112-113); pp. [2] advert of the Societa’ Italiana Macchine Enologiche loosely inserted; with hundreds of woodcut illustrations in the text; a perfectly preserved copy, bound in the original red printed wrapper, punched-hole on top inner corner for hanging, rear wrapper with map of Milan marking the location of the store; stamp to front wrapper and title stating that all prices have been raised.

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A rare survival, especially in such good condition, of a trade catalogue of machinery, chemicals and a wide range of products for wine, spirits and beer makers and merchants, including pubs and wine shops. Each item is illustrated and accompanied by specifics and prices; the newly introduced machinery and products are also accompanied by long descriptions of their functionality and advantages over the older models.

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